Ahmnodt Heare for President

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Sixty Days to Go

In a campaign season that seemed to start days after the 2008 elections, Americans will be voting for (among other things) President of the United States.  These sixty days will go like lightning for those running for President.  For those of you who aren’t running, it seems like an eternity.  The cable news networks have spent the last four years previewing the 2012 election.

I have spent the last two weeks watching bits and pieces of the two largest political parties’ conventions and their descriptions of a very different America than either you or I live in.  Neither party is addressing the Cinemafia nor are they mentioning the Canadian spies infiltrating the Great American Entertainment Industry.  The tainting of American entertainment will lead to a great depression in morale if not financially.

A decrease in morale will only lead to an increase in drug usage, alcoholism, and Dinty Moore stews.   Not only are Obama and Romney not addressing the disease, they aren’t even attempting to relieve us of the symptoms.  I am the ONLY candidate who addresses both and offers solutions for both.

My campaign is not limited to straightening out the entertainment industry.  I have offered solutions for jobs, energy, health care, the poor, the elderly, and nookie.

My schedule gets very hectic starting Monday.  Mondays through Thursday will be work from 6:00AM to 10:00PM Monday through Thursday and 6:00AM to 4:00PM on Fridays with campaigning on Saturdays and Sundays.  This schedule will be in effect until Columbus Day, when I start campaigning non-stop until the Election.  The days after the election will be spent protesting the results and demanding recounts (unless I win).  The following week will be a vacation in either Hawaii or Nebraska (I will know for sure by next week).


September 7, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, Democrats, entertainment, humor, issues, Obama, politics, Republicans, Romney, satire | , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Sixty Days to Go

Who Shrunk the Day?

The day was 24 hours long when I was growing up.  Seven hours was dedicated to sleep.  Eight hours was dedicated to work.  That left nine hours to do things that you want and need to do.

It is amazing how much work one can do with a computer.  I didn’t appreciate the importance of this until the power cord to my computer was taken away.  The computer can do everything.  It does my business functions (accounts, billing, money transfers) as well as my entertainment functions (radio, videos, games, porn, etc.)

I had to order a new power cord, but I couldn’t order one until earlier today.  I have to make a presentation tomorrow in Buffalo the Darrin Stevens way.  For those not familiar with Darrin Stevens, he is a fictional character in the 1960’s sitcom, “Bewitched.”  He was played by Dick York and Dick Sargent, but Darrin wasn’t a Dick.

Darrin Stevens worked for an ad agency.  He would do things by hand and put them on a poster board.  The ad program would be on a series of poster boards, with each poster board contributing to the theme of the ad campaign.

This is the approach I have to take for my next client because I do not have a new power cord yet.  Marketing and advertising are similar, but marketing incorporates everything into a theme.  There is the theme, the strategy (advertising, displays, brochures, internet, etc.), the costs, and other little things.

Things should be back to the ways things were before I went to the Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates meeting last month by Wednesday.  I will continue to post both my regular blog entries as well as the Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates entries I had to write by hand.

I will have time because I will have a computer and will no longer have to look for poster paper, put the things on the poster paper, try to erase mistakes, go back and buy more poster paper, carefully make a revised version of the poster paper I goofed on, organize the poster papers, and go to an office supply store because I do not have a safe way to carry and store the poster papers with the marketing campaign.

December 7, 2009 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, humor, satire | , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Who Shrunk the Day?


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